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2023-2024 Undergraduate Catalog-Handbook 
2023-2024 Undergraduate Catalog-Handbook

NURS 309 - Caring Health Practices for the Adult I

This course provides students with evidenced based knowledge in the management of adults and families experiencing human responses to alterations in fluid and electrolyte imbalance, oxygenation, ventilation, tissue perfusion, digestive function, immunologic function, hormonal regulation, regulatory functions, motor sensory function, cellular differentiation (proliferation), and skin function and integrity. The nursing process provides the framework for the practice of nursing with clients of diverse backgrounds and in varied settings.
10 credit hours
Total Course Hours 96 Theory 168 Clinical 24 Lab: Total Weekly Hours 6 Theory hours and 12 Clinical/Lab hours
Prerequisite: Junior status